Growing and Landscaping with Aloe

For information on landscaping & gardening with the aloes as well as growing & other cultural information please click on the pdf link below:

Guidelines on growing and landscaping with Aloe- Aloe’spdficon_small

Quick reference table comparing characteristics of aloe-aloe cultivars (pdf) pdf
Quick reference chart showing flowering times of aloe-aloe cultivars (pdf) pdf

For more comprehensive guidance on caring for these hybrid aloes refer http://www.sunbirdaloes.co.za/aloe-hybrid-content/caring-your-aloes

Answers to frequently asked questions appear at http://www.sunbirdaloes.co.za/aloe-hybrid-faq

 

Fairy Pink used as a perennial at the ABC Gardening Australia Expo in Brisbane April 2008 –
courtesy of Noel Burdette

Use of Aloe Southern Cross –
courtesy of Paradisus Garden Design (Sydney)

Aloe Gemini (LHS bottom) and Aloe Southern Cross(Top) –
courtesy of Paradisus Garden Design (Sydney)

Use of Aloe “Big Red” in landscape –
courtesy of Tropical Plantscapes of Noosa

Use of Aloe “Big Red” in landscape –
courtesy of Tropical Plantscapes of Noosa

Use of Aloe “Fairy Pink” in Landscape by Belrose Nursery(Sydney)

Aloe “Copper Shower” (Bottom) and Aloe “Tusker” (RHS) –
courtesy Kim Woods Rabbidge

Aloe growing on steep rock wall –
courtesy Kim Woods Rabbidge

Contrasting large aloe leaves with Cycad –
courtesy Kim Woods Rabbidge

Aloe “Tusker” –
courtesy Kim Woods Rabbidge

Aloe “Moonglow” in pots –
courtesy Kim Woods Rabbidge

Aloe Capricorn (top middle) –
courtesy Kim Woods Rabbidge

 

contrasting foliage and  flowers

Aloe “Topaz” in Roma Street Parklands, Brisbane (April)

 

Colour in the Garden( July)

Companion planting of low water usage plants –
courtesy Robert Bateman

Use of Aloe Fairy Pink by James Turner of d.i.g. in Brisbane

 

Contrasting sculptural forms highlighted by the winter flowers of Aloe Diana (Paradisus Garden Design)

copper shower flowers with other foliage plants

Aloe Topaz in Adelaide

 

Aloe Diana in Sydney garden as used by Peter Nixon

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